About completing the Culminating Experience with an extra course
- The course designated for the Culminating Experience must be taken during the junior or senior year.
- If the course designated as a Culminating Experience does not normally require a substantial paper or project, the student must make arrangements with the instructor to add one to the standard requirements for the course. If the course normally requires a shorter paper or smaller project, the paper or project required to fulfill the Culminating Experience may replace the shorter one, at the discretion of the instructor.
- In all cases, the student must inform the instructor of the plan to use the course for the Culminating Experience before the end of the first week of term.
- A list of course that are eligible to be selected for the Culminating experience is provided annually by the Classics Department. For 2018-19, the list is below. Students who have a particular desire to do their CE with a course not on this list must gain prior approval from the Classics Department.
CLST 10.03 Mind, Heart, Brain - Graver
CLST 24: Etruscan and Early Roman Archaeology: The Rise of Rome (SOC/W) - Ulrich
GRK 29: New Testament (TMV/W) - Whaley
CLST 22: City-States and Panhellenic Sanctuaries (ART:WCult:W) - Hruby
CLST 15 Alexander and the Macedonian Kings - Christesen
CLST 26 Later Roman Imperial Archaeology - Ulrich
GRK 24 Theater - Oppen
LAT 27 Mortality and Immortality in Roman Philosophy - Graver
CLST 12.03 Ancient Technology and Engineering - Ulrich
CLST 17 History of the Roman Republic - Stewart
GRK 20 Homer - Tell
LAT 20 Ovid's Metamorphoses - Glauthier
CLST 11 Ancient Sparta - Christesen
CLST 10 Ancient Medicine - Glauthier
CLST 21 Greek Archaeology - Hruby
GRK 28 Plato's Symposium - Graver
LAT 29 Courtroom Speech - Stewart
CLST 11 TBD - Stewart
CLST 14 Archaic and Classical Greece - Christesen
GRK 30 The End of the World - Whaley
LAT 21 Love Poetry - Glauthier
This list is subject to revision.